Justin Bieber set for 25 Oct date at S'pore National Stadium (more tickets added)

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Pop star Justin Bieber performs onstage during the
Pop star Justin Bieber performs onstage during the "Justice World Tour". (PHOTO Getty Images for Justin Bieber)

UPDATE, 28 April: Additional tickets have been released for the Justin Bieber Justice World Tour on 25 October at the National Stadium. Tickets for his concert in Singapore were sold out on 23 April, two days after they went on sale.

SINGAPORE — Beliebers in Singapore, rejoice: pop superstar Justin Bieber has just added Singapore to his Justice World Tour, and will be performing at the National Stadium on 25 October.

The 28-year-old heartthrob, who shot to fame with best-selling hits such as "Baby", "Sorry" and "Love Yourself", last performed in Singapore in 2013, during the Formula One Singapore Grand Prix weekend at the Marina Bay Street Circuit.

“We’ve been working hard to create the best show we’ve ever done, and we can’t wait to share it with fans around the world. I’ll see you soon,” Bieber said in a statement.

Live entertainment company AEG Presents Asia announced on its Instagram page that tickets for the concert will go on sale on ticketmaster.sg at 10am on Thursday (21 April) and are priced at $348, $298, $248, $198, $148 and $108 (excluding $4 ticketing fee). Limited VIP packages are also available.

Bieber's current world tour is in support of his album "Justice", which was released in March last year, and spawned the hits "Holy", "Lonely" and "Peaches". The tour, which spans more than 100 dates, started in February this year, and is tentatively slated to end in March 2023.

Besides the Singapore concert, Bieber will also perform in Kuala Lumpur on 22 October and Jakarta on 3 November, as part of his Southeast Asia dates for the Justice World Tour.

Following these dates, he will head on to Japan, where he will play in Nagoya (9 November), Osaka (12 November) and Tokyo (16 November).

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